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Yes, I have not had any problems using non-keurig pods.
wsly
· July 26, 2016
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: just received this coffee maker 1/7/2020. YES, it is very loud when brewing, wakes my husband up. My previous machine, a Keurig K250, never made this loud of a noise, even after having it over 6 years. That being said, I do like the machine so far. Was easy to program/set up. I have contacted Cuisinart, after numerou… see more : just received this coffee maker 1/7/2020. YES, it is very loud when brewing, wakes my husband up. My previous machine, a Keurig K250, never made this loud of a noise, even after having it over 6 years. That being said, I do like the machine so far. Was easy to program/set up. I have contacted Cuisinart, after numerous suggestions from them to fix the problem, they are sending a replacement and I am returning this one at no expense to me. see less : just received this coffee maker 1/7/2020. YES, it is very loud when brewing, wakes my husband up. My previous machine, a Keurig K250, never made this loud of a noise, even after having it over 6 years. That being said, I do like the machine so far. Was easy to program/set up. I have contacted Cuisinart, after numerous suggestions from them to fix the problem, they are sending a replacement and I am returning this one at no expense to me.
wmn2blm
· January 16, 2020
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I use exact pods I used with my old Keurig and they are round. BTW I love the Cuisinart SS-10. It iis much better than Keurig
NT5
· February 11, 2018
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At altitude, water won't boil excessively. I use a Keurig Mini at the moment and it never gets above 180'. Boiling point drops as altitude rises.
irish
· January 15, 2020
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I assume you mean "metal" and the answer is: the majority of the unit is made from plastic but there are metal components (e.g., drip tray cover, push-down lever where you insert the k-cups, and some of the "stainless steel" covering might be either metallic or colored plastic. It's a great unit and looks really nice. … see more I assume you mean "metal" and the answer is: the majority of the unit is made from plastic but there are metal components (e.g., drip tray cover, push-down lever where you insert the k-cups, and some of the "stainless steel" covering might be either metallic or colored plastic. It's a great unit and looks really nice. Hope this helps! see less I assume you mean "metal" and the answer is: the majority of the unit is made from plastic but there are metal components (e.g., drip tray cover, push-down lever where you insert the k-cups, and some of the "stainless steel" covering might be either metallic or colored plastic. It's a great unit and looks really nice. Hope this helps!
houtxjcc
· January 8, 2020
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The brewer comes with a filter holder (wand) and one filter but it is useless. Water does not pass through the filter at all. I see no reason why they include it.
Amazon Customer
· April 17, 2018
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The brew button causes the water to be dispensed under pressure and for longer than what happens when using the hot water button. Hot water button dispenses quickly and with your preprogrammed cup/ounce selection just like when using brew button.
Jeff M.
· December 31, 2017
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The needle that punctures the pods looks identical to the one that was in my Keurig. I doubt I will ever go back to Keurig brewers after this. This also doesn't take 5 minutes to heat up like my Keurig did.
Michael D.
· August 9, 2019
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Yes, different setting 4,6,8,10,12 tea pod Cup Ounces
Elnino
· May 12, 2020
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I am having this problem too, I've had mine for almost 5 years so I figured it was just dying on me. It has always started to drip slower when it needed to be cleaned. Yesterday it wouldn't brew so I did the rinse function and finally got it to brew something. Unfortunately it took about 10 minutes to brew 6 oz (I pressed 12)
Maranda
· January 5, 2018